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Review #1

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I read everyone of the Hannah stories to him until he passed in 2010. I continue to read the series because I enjoy the family flavor of the series and to honor my husband.

Review #2

Gingerbread Cookie Murder series Hannah Swensen

I love reading these books because they are entertaining and movies are made for tv so I can picture the characters. I look forward to seeing more books.

This book contains three entertaining cozy mysteries set at Christmas!
In the first one Hannah Swenson just burned twenty-four reindeer cookies because she was distracted. Her neighbor’s loud music is making her unable to think. She decides to go upstairs and ask him to tone it down. But Ernie doesn’t have answer after her repeated knocking on his door.
Read Gingerbread Cookie Murder to find out what Hannah does next!

In the second Jaine Austen and her cat Prozac are in sunny Florida for Christmas with her parents. Her dad is assembling a shiny gold Christmas tree he ordered and her mom is feeding Prozac people food, so now Prozac refuses her cat food.
One of her mother’s friends in the retirement center is engaged to a doctor. But suddenly certain secrets of his come to light.
Read The Dangers of Gingerbread! Cookies and the rest of the story!

In the last of the trio Lucy Stone is all set for Christmas. Her daughter, Elizabeth, will come home from Florida, and all of her family will be at dinner on Christmas.
She, her son Toby, and her grandson Patrick are all waiting on the pier for Santa to come in by boat. As Santa comes in, Toby tells her something that she can’t quite hear because of the boat motor.
Read Gingerbread Cookies and Gunshots to find out what Toby told his mom!

Review #3

Audiobook Gingerbread Cookie Murder by Joanne Fluke

I bought this book for the Fluke book which I enjoyed. The Meier book was ok. I bought a previous set with the same 3 authors. I didn’t like the Laura Levine book in that set. The writing isn’t that great and I didn’t like the language in it. In this set I couldn’t even finish the Levine book because of the language and the little I read didn’t seem like it was going to be any more enjoyable than the previous one. I wish I could get a refund for both of the Levine books and remove them from the sets.

Review #4

Audio Gingerbread Cookie Murder narrated by Suzanne Toren

I really enjoyed these stories. The reason for the four stars instead of five is that the first story has recipes at the end of every chapter. I am a reader, not a cook. I’m sure there are other readers who feel the same way. Just put the recipes at the end of the book and let the story flow. I enjoy the Hannah Swenson stories and I know she’s a baker, but I just want to read the story.

Review #5

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I bought this because I love Laura Levine’s Jaine Austen books, because I’d read a Lucy Stone mystery a couple of years ago and hadn’t been able to remember the name of the author to check out their other books and because I wanted to read a Joanne Fluke story…

Three different authors with three different styles – Joanne Fluke’s Hannah Swensen being a likeable character in the right place at the right time to investigate her neighbour’s murder; this was light reading interspersed with yummy cake recipes and I was able to work out the identity of the murderer quite quickly. Leslie Meier’s Lucy Stone is just as likeable as a wife, mother and dog-owner but as she works for a newspaper her style is more tenacious when she investigates the disappearance of a five year old and subsequently a murder. I’ve saved my favourite until last; Laura Levine’s Jaine Austen is again, for me, laugh-out-loud. This murder occurs within Jaine’s parent’s retirement complex while she and cantankerous cat Prozac are visiting for christmas and there is plenty of emphasis on her eccentric parents whom I absolutely adore.

I have read a lot of these books in this series but this is the first on a Kindle. Whilst I normally enjoy the recipes in a normal paperback, on a Kindle the go on for ages in long thin columns which is very irritating and probably wasteful of the battery?
I was surprised that the story was only quite short, and it finished long before I expected it to. The other story that was with this book was quite good actually so I didn’t mind too much in the end.
Love the characters in these novels, but I am getting a bit tired of Hannah’s triangular romantic involvements..time she made up her mind! Quite a good plot, although I did guess the outcome fairly early on..never mind..always an easy read.

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